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Vision Venture Capital Group

We have the strongest possible pedigree of success in assisting high-growth, dynamic enterprises that require more than an injection of cash; but rather the deployment of the necessary human capital needed to take businesses products and services to a truly global level.

Visionary entrepreneurs face many a challenge in today’s highly competitive market environment. Often charged with the task of the daily running of the business in addition to product development, marketing and expansion, all while trying to steer their ship towards its long-term ambitions, at Vision Venture Capital we provide multi-faceted solutions encompassing a business’s resource based needs along with its financial ones.

Raising capital can be both troublesome and highly expensive for unproven businesses and products trying to move into unproven markets. At Vision Venture Capital our value proposition is geared upon retaining our own equity stake in each client company that we operate on behalf of, minimising cash fees, and allowing the client best use of funds raised throughout the entire process.

We have a proven track record of delivering the capital, strategy and a hands-on approach releasing businesses to their full global potential all resulting in significant capital appreciation for our investing partners and clients alike. Our model allows us to serve the appetite of our investment network with a potent range of medium-term opportunities that often exploit new explosive markets and areas.

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